Opening Date: 31/03/2017 closing date: 07/04/2017
The Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) has received grants from Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria towards implementing the TB/HIV New Funding Model (NFM) Project in Nigeria and intend to apply part of the proceeds of the grant to procure Heavy duty scanner for HIV/TB Project. ARFH now calls for sealed financial bids.
Vendor proposals shall remain valid for 60 calendar days from the deadline for receipt of quotations. Additionally, for the successful bidder(s), the bids submitted shall also remain valid and not subject to review for one year period from the date of contract signing by the successful vendor.
- All bid document submitted for the purpose of this procurement process shall be duly signed by each of the Procurement committee member present on the Bid Opening day for proper validation of the documents.
- This request for proposals solicitation has been sent to other printers and hence, will be very competitive.
- The successful bidder(s) shall be notified in writing and will be invited to sign a contract with ARFH.
Submission of Quotations:
Quotations may be delivered by courier service or e-mail clearly referencing the RFQ title. Hard copies must be sent in for any emailed quotations before the deadline. (Hardcopies are mandatory). The hard copies of the bids should be sealed in an envelope marked on the top right side with Heavy duty scanner
Quotations should be addressed to:
The Chairman, Procurement Committee,
Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH)
Millennium Builder’s Plaza, 1st Floor, Block C,
Plot 251 Cadastral Zone
Herbert Macaulay Way, Opposite NNPC Towers
Phone Nos. – +234 7040930356, 09 8751463, 09 8725487
|1||Heavy duty scanner||50 ppm 100 ipm2 duplex
A3 Paper size
ADF holds 60 pages
Duty Cycle-600 dpi(color & mono sheet feed)
Os Support-Windiws 10,8,1,8,0.7 user manul
(With built in softwarte and 80- page automatic document feeder to save tine, Scan at up to 50ppm/100 ipm.2 Recommended for 6,000 pages per day)